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Monthly Archives: January 2009
The University of Kentucky has added another running back to its 2009 recruiting class. Josh Morgan, a 5-foot-10, 210-pounder from Pasadena (Calif.) Community College, has committed to the Wildcats and will sign a letter-of-intent on Wednesday. Morgan ran for over … Continue reading
The University of Kentucky picked up commitments from two Memphis area prep prospects this week. Defensive back Martavious Neloms committed to the UK staff on Sunday, followed by Patrick Ligon, a defensive end from Memphis Christian Brothers, on Monday. Neloms … Continue reading
Dicky Lyons Jr. and Liberty Bowl hero Ventrell Jenkins will be among over a dozen UK seniors who will sign autographs on Sunday, Jan. 25 at Cat Fan Attic in Turfland Mall. The signing will be from 2 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Also expected to attend … Continue reading
The University of Kentucky picked up a verbal commitment from Palm Beach (Fla.) running back Donald Russell, according to the Palm Peach Post. Russell selected UK over Southern Miss. Russell, a three-star recruit by Rivals.com, was visited on Thursday by … Continue reading
St. Xavier running back and Kentucky Mr. Football Deuce Finch has committed to Boston College, Rivals.com reported Thursday evening. Finch selected the Eagles over the University of Kentucky.
The University of Kentucky Blue/White Spring Game has been set for April 25 at Commonwealth Stadium, according to UK spokesman Tony Neely. The kickoff time will be announced at a later date.
St. Xavier running back and Kentucky Mr. Football Deuce Finch has narrowed his choices to the University of Kentucky and Boston College. Finch has canceled a planned official visit to the University of Illinois this weekend.
Rich Brooks got a football field named after him for the work he did at the University of Oregon. Now, after leading the University of Kentucky to three straight bowl wins, Paul Miller Ford has decided to name a truck … Continue reading
The University of Kentucky has reportedly received a commitment from linebacker Ryan Mosby, a 6-foot, 197-pounder from Rockwell (Tex.) Heath High School. Rivals.com and Scout.com both reported that Mosby, who previously committed to Iowa State, gave word to UK Coach … Continue reading